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Check out the FREE NEW BUNDLE RESOURCES, containing collections of lessons on specific topics! You can also find FREE COMPLETE LESSONS which are ready to just PICK UP AND GO!

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Check out the FREE NEW BUNDLE RESOURCES, containing collections of lessons on specific topics!
You can also find FREE COMPLETE LESSONS which are ready to just PICK UP AND GO!

TWO FULL LESSONS on finding the surfacea area of prisms.
Contents of download:
Higher ability full lesson (5.2.2h) on surface area of prisms (could be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge).
Lower ability full lesson (5.2.2f) on surface area of prisms (to be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge). Ex5 and Ex6 are a suggested starting point for lesson two.
Examples (to go with PowerPoint)
Worksheets with solutions (printed and displayed on PowerPoint).
We are learning about: The surface area of a prism
We are learning to: Calculate the surface area of a prism.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to draw the net of a prism.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the surface area of a given prism.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the volume of a prism.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A collection of TEN FULL LESSONS, which could definitely be extended to at least 12-13 lessons for the right classes, on expanding single, double and multiple brackets and factorising a single brackets and quadratic expressions.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lessons with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
At least two printable worksheets for students with examples for each lesson. These are designed to speed up the lesson (no copying down questions etc). The worksheet could also be used independent of the PowerPoint lesson!
We are learning about:
Lesson 3.1f - Expanding a single bracket (Lower ability)
Lesson 3.1h - Expanding a single bracket (Higher ability)
Lesson 3.2f - Expanding double brackets (No grid/foil method used)
Lesson 3.3h - Expanding multiple brackets (Triple brackets focused)
Lesson 4.1f - Factorising single brackets (Lower ability)
Lesson 4.1h - Factorising single brackets (Higher ability)
Lesson 4.2.1h - Factorising quadratic expressions - part 1 ++ and – only)
Lesson 4.2.2h - Factorising quadratic expressions - part 2 ± and -+ only)
Lesson 4.2.3h - Factorising harder quadratics a≠1
Lesson 4.2.4h - Factorising quadratic expressions Shorter version of 4.2.1/2/3 combined
Main: Lessons consist of examples with notes and instructions, following on to increasingly difficult exercises with problem solving tasks. Lessons can start at any section of the PPT examples judged against the ability of the students in your class. All solutions given on PPT.
Please do leave feedback!!

A collection of TWELVE FULL LESSONS on symmetry, reflections, translations, rotations and enlargements.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lessons with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
At least two printable worksheets for students with examples for each lesson. These are designed to speed up the lesson (no copying down questions etc). The worksheet could also be used independent of the PowerPoint lesson with a visualiser!
We are learning about:
Lesson 8.1.1f - Symmetry (Including rotational symmetry)
Less on 8.1.2f - Reflecting in a mirror line (Mirror lines and axes)
Lesson 8.1.2h - Reflecting in a straight line (Axes, y=(-)x, x=… and y=…)
Lesson 8.2f - Rotations (Recognising and performing)
Lesson 8.2h - Rotations (Describing and performing)
Lesson 8.3f - Translations (Describing and performing)
Lesson 8.3h - Translations (Describing and performing - with extension)
Lesson 8.4.1f - Describing enlargements
Lesson 8.4.2f - Positive enlargements (Two versions - Vectors - Directions)
Lesson 8.4.3f - Negative enlargements (Two versions - Vectors - Directions)
Lesson 8.4.4f - Combined enlargements (Two versions - Vectors - Directions)
Lesson 8.4.4h - Combined enlargements (Two versions - Vectors - Directions)
Main: Lessons consist of examples with notes and instructions, following on to increasingly difficult exercises with problem solving tasks. Lessons can start at any section of the PPT examples judged against the ability of the students in your class. All solutions given on PPT.
Please do leave feedback!!

TWO FULL LESSONS on finding the volume of prisms.
Contents of download:
Higher ability full lesson (5.2.1h) on volume of prisms (could be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge).
Lower ability full lesson (5.2.1f) on volume of prisms (to be taught over one or two lessons depending on previous knowledge). Ex4 and Ex5 are a suggested starting point for lesson two.
Examples (to go with PowerPoint)
Worksheets with solutions (printed and displayed on PowerPoint).
We are learning about: The volume of a prism
We are learning to: Calculate the volume of a prism.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the volume of a prism.
Secure learners will be able to find the missing length of a prism given its volume and cross-section.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the volume of a prism.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A collection of EIGHT FULL LESSONS, which could definitely be extended to at least 10-11 lessons for the right classes, on solving quadratic equations by factorising, the quadratic formula or completing the square.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lessons with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
At least one printable worksheets for students with examples for each lesson. These are designed to speed up the lesson (no copying down questions etc). The worksheet could also be used independent of the PowerPoint lesson!
We are learning about:
Lesson 4.1.1h - Factorising quadratic equations (a = 1)
Lesson 4.1.2h - Factorising harder quadratic equations (a ≠ 1)
Lesson 4.2.1h - The quadratic formula - part 1
Lesson 4.2.2h - The quadratic formula - part 2
Lesson 4.3.1h - Completing the square - part 1 (a = 1)
Lesson 4.3.2h - Completing the square - part 2 (a ≠ 1)
Lesson 4.4.1h - Forming and solving quadratic equations (geometric problems)
Lesson 4.4.2h - Forming and solving quadratic equations (worded problems)
Main: Lessons consist of examples with notes and instructions, following on to increasingly difficult exercises with problem solving tasks. Lessons can start at any section of the PPT examples judged against the ability of the students in your class. All solutions given on PPT.
Please do leave feedback!!

A collection of FOUR FULL LESSONS, which could definitely be extended to at least 6 lessons for the right classes, on simplifying, adding and subtracting and solving equations involving algebraic fractions.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lessons with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheets printable for students with examples for each lesson. These are designed to speed up the lesson (no copying down questions etc). The worksheet could also be used independent of the PowerPoint lesson!
We are learning about:
Lesson 1 - Simplifying algebraic fractions
Lesson 2 - Adding and subtracting algebraic fractions
Lesson 3 - Simplifying algebraic fractions with quadratics
Lesson 4 - Solving equations with algebraic fractions.
Main: Lessons consist of examples with reducing instructions, following on to increasingly difficult exercises. Lessons can start at any section of the PPT examples judged against the ability of the students in your class. All solutions given on PPT.
Please do leave feedback!!

A FULL LESSON on interpreting and drawing distance-time graphs.
We are learning about: Distance-time graphs
We are learning to: Interpret and draw distance-time graphs in context.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to interpret information from distance-time graphs.
Secure learners will be able to identify the scale used on distance-time graphs.
Excelling learners will be able to plot information onto a distance-time graph.
Starter: Clear demonstration of how the first example’s distance-time graph is constructed (Inspired by GeoGebra Traffic)
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT.

TWO FULL LESSONS on finding the surface area of a cylinder.
Contents of download:
Higher ability full lesson (5.3.2h) on surface area of cylinders.
Lower ability full lesson (5.3.2f) on surface area of cylinders.
Examples (to go with PowerPoint)
Worksheets(printed and displayed on PowerPoint).
We are learning about: The surface area of a cylinder
We are learning to: Calculate the surface area of a cylinder.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be calculate the surface area of a cylinder.
Secure learners will be able to finding missing lengths of a cylinder given its surface area.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the surface area of a cylinder.
Main: Introductory demonstration of the net of a Cylinder. Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.
Credit to annah03 for the picture of the fish used in the fish tank context question.

A FULL LESSONs on function machines.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Worksheets and examples printable for students. Worksheet can be used independent of the lesson!
Worksheets go from simple finding inputs and outputs, to finding missing operations and constructing function machines for worded questions.
We are learning about: Function machines
We are learning to: Use function machines to find the values of inputs and outputs.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to find the output of a function machine, given its input.
Secure learners will be able to find the input of a function machine, given its output.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of function machines.
Main: Walked through examples on single operation FMs followed by practice questions which can be displayed on the board. Walked through examples on two operation FMs, again followed by practice questions which can be displayed on the board. All solutions given on PPT.

One FULL LESSON on finding the volume of cylinders. This lesson follows on from volume of prisms.
Contents of download:
Clicker version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Worksheets (including example and extension).
We are learning about: The volume of a cylinder
We are learning to: Calculate the volume of a cylinder.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the volume of a cylinder.
Secure learners will be able to find a missing length in a cylinder given its volume.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the volume of a cylinder.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. Starts with basic calculating the volume moving on to finding missing lengths of a cylinder. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A simple starter activity on labelling parts of a circle (with answers).
Credit to mistrym03 for the idea which can be found in the following lesson Click here

A FULL LESSON on the area and circumference of a circle.
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
Simplifying expressions.
We are learning about: The area and circumference of a circle.
We are learning to: Calculate the area and circumference of a circle.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the circumference of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the area and circumference of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge calculating the area and circumference of a circle.
Starter: Labelling a circle - starter activity
Main:
Examples finding the ratio of approximated circumference to diameter for each circle and comparing solutions to 2dp.
Two further examples; one, leaving answers as rounded values and the second leaving answers in terms of π.
Standard questions progressing in difficulty, following on to some problem solving questions (inc. two in context).
Two further examples on area; one, leaving answers as rounded values and the second leaving answers in terms of π.
Standard questions progressing in difficulty, following on to some problem solving questions (inc. two in context).
Plenary: Spot the mistake.
Extra:
Examples provided on printable worksheet. Similar to a bookmark shape, the students find it easy to stick this in on the (I use) left side of the page in their books. It saves time from writing down large amounts of text and drawing diagrams. More time to focus on learning!!
Booklet with all questions provided as worksheet to stick in books.
Any feedback is appreciated!

TWO FULL LESSONS on converting recurring decimals to fractions.
I recommend starting the second lesson at Ex3 and Ex4.
Contents of download:
Clicker version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Triggered version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use the solutions button to continue animations and show solutions (best on an interactive whiteboard).
Worksheets with solutions (printed and displayed on PowerPoint).
We are learning about: Recurring decimals to fractions
We are learning to: Express a recurring decimal as a fraction.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to convert recurring decimals less than one to fractions.
Secure learners will be able to convert recurring decimals less than one to fractions.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving converting recurring decimals to fractions.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

One FULL LESSON on drawing and interpreting frequency polygons.
Dependent on ability, this lesson could be split into two lessons.
The second half of the lesson could present a good opportunity to teach students how to calculate the mean value in a calculator using the statistics mode.
Contents of download:
Clicker version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Worksheets (including example and extension).
We are learning about: Frequency Polygons
We are learning to: Draw and interpret frequency polygons.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to complete a grouped frequency table for a set of data.
Secure learners will be draw a frequency polygon from a grouped frequency table.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving frequency polygons.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. Starts with basic calculating the area moving on to finding a missing side and angle. All solutions given on PPT.

A FULL LESSON on using trigonometry in 3D.
Contents of download:
One normal ‘clicker’ version displaying solutions as you progress through the PPT.
One ‘triggered’ version which will only display solutions as you select them using the solutions button on each slide.
Worksheet with solutions
Examples in 4 different formats for your preference
We are learning about: Trigonometry in 3D
We are learning to: Use trigonometry to solve problems in three dimensions
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the missing angles of a right angle triangle using trigonometry.
Secure learners will be able to calculate the angle between 3D line segments and planes using trigonometry.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar 3D problems using their knowledge of trigonometry.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

One FULL LESSON on finding the volume of frustums.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Worksheets (including examples).
We are learning about: The volume of a Frustum
We are learning to: Calculate the volume of a frustum.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to find the volume of a frustum.
Secure learners will be able to find the volume of a frustum with missing lengths using scale factors.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge of calculating the volume of a frustum.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. Starts with basic calculating the volume moving on to finding missing lengths. All solutions given on PPT and in worksheet format.

A FULL LESSON, which could definitely be used over 2 lessons for the right classes, on solving equations involving algebraic fractions.
Contents of download:
Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show fully animated and worked solutions.
Two worksheets printable for students with examples to speed up the lesson (no copying down questions etc). Worksheet can be used independent of the PowerPoint lesson!
We are learning about: Solving equations with algebraic fractions
We are learning to: Solve equations involving algebraic fractions
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to solve equations involving algebraic fractions with numerical denominators.
Secure learners will be able to solve equations involving algebraic fractions with algebraic denominators.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems involving solving equations with algebraic fractions.
Main: Walked through examples with binomial numerators, which lead on to practice exercises of similar question types. Further walked through examples with binomial denominators. This splits the lesson into two distinct parts (or 2 whole lessons for the appropriate classes). All solutions given on PPT.
Please do leave feedback!!

A FULL LESSON on the area of a circle. (UPDATED)
Assumed prior knowledge:
Rounding with significant figures and decimals.
The circumference of a circle.
Simplifying expressions.
We are learning about: The area of a circle.
We are learning to: Calculate the area of a circle.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the area of a circle given its radius or diameter.
Secure learners will be able to evaluate the area of a circle in terms of π.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using their knowledge calculating the area of a circle.
Starter: Problem solving task to calculate the area of a pattern involving squares and quarter circles.
Main:
Animated examples (using the MORPH PowerPoint transition) of splitting the circle into sectors to form a rectangle and derive the formula for the area (Could be used as an activity - see extra below) .
Two further examples; one, leaving answers as rounded values and the second leaving answers in terms of π.
Standard questions progressing in difficulty, following on to some problem solving questions (inc. two in context).
Plenary: Spot the mistake.
Extra:
Examples provided on printable worksheet. Similar to a bookmark shape, the students find it easy to stick this in on the (I use) left side of the page in their books. It saves time from writing down large amounts of text and drawing diagrams. More time to focus on learning!!
Printable circles for if you wish to do a discovery activity with your students on deriving the formula. I don’t personally do this as my students have been quite happy to see it on the board.
Any feedback is appreciated!

One FULL LESSON on the bearings with trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA).
Contents of download:
Clicker version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Worksheets (including examples).
We are learning about: Bearings with trigonometry
We are learning to: Use trigonometry in questions involving bearings.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the size of a bearing using trigonometry.
Secure learners will be able to find missing lengths in bearings problems using trigonometry.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems by combining the use of bearings and trigonometry.
Main: Walked through examples and practice questions on worksheets. Starts with calculating angles and then lengths with questions of increasing difficulty. All solutions given on PPT.

One FULL LESSON on finding the area of a triangle using 1/2absinC.
Dependent on ability, this lesson could be split into two full lessons.
Contents of download:
Clicker version: Normal PowerPoint lesson with which you can use a clicker / mouse / keyboard to continue animations and show solutions.
Worksheets (including example and extension).
We are learning about: The area of a triangle
We are learning to: Calculate the area of a scalene triangle.
Differentiated objectives:
Developing learners will be able to calculate the area of a scalene triangle.
Secure learners will be able to find a missing length or angle in a scalene triangle given its area.
Excelling learners will be able to solve unfamiliar problems using the formula for the area of a scalene triangle.
Main: Walkthrough examples followed by practice questions on worksheets. Starts with basic calculating the area moving on to finding a missing side and angle. All solutions given on PPT.